Norsk 101: Berry Season in Norway

Language Practice with Christie Ericson Berry Season in Norway (Bærsesong i Norge) When I was a kid (Da jeg var barn) and lived in the bush in Alaska (og bodde i bushen i Alaska), I hated having to pick blueberries (hatet jeg å måtte plukke blåbær). At first it was fun (Til å begynne med var det gøy) to eat the small, wild berries (å spise de små, ville bærene), but after I had eaten my fill (men etter at jeg hadde spist meg mett), the berry picking became a boring chore (ble bærplukkingen en kjedelig oppgave). It seemed as if (Det føltes som om) I would never fill that bucket (jeg aldri ville klare å få spannet fullt)! Now that I’m an adult (Nå
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Christie Ericson

Christie Ericson is an academic librarian living in Anchorage, Alaska. She has a background in languages and linguistics and has been fulfilling her lifelong dream of learning the Norwegian language. She also serves as the cultural director and librarian at her local Sons of Norway lodge and is completely addicted to Selbu mitten knitting.

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